Hanukkah Gifts for Everyone on Your List

Published by Paula Moore.

Hanukkah is almost here, and you know what that means: good food, festive gatherings with family and friends … and eight days of presents! PETA’s animal-friendly gift ideas will keep you going for all eight days of Hanukkah celebrations:

  • Jelly Doughnuts Redux: With 250 recipes, Isa Chandra Moskowitz and Terry Hope Romero’s Veganomicon is the only cookbook that you’ll ever need. Whip up a batch of their Jelly Donut Cupcakes for a modern twist on the Hanukkah potluck favorite: jelly doughnuts.
  • A Scentsational Gift: Bring a smile to your sweetie’s face with A Scent of Scandal’s holiday-themed soy candles in tongue-in-cheek scents such as Challahback Girl (challah bread) and Hanukkah Bush (fir tree).
  • Not Your Bubbe’s Fur: A luxe, looks-like-the-real-thing faux-fur scarf or hat will keep your loved ones cozy and cruelty-free all winter long.
  • Tee Time: From PETA’s “Test Tubes, Not Bunnies” T-shirt to this clever “veggie menorah” design (featuring pea pods, carrots, and red peppers in place of candles), there are countless ways to get animal-friendly messages out there—and look great doing it!
  • Gifts for Four-Legged Friends: Don’t forget to wish your animal friends a happy Hanukkah, too, with PETA’s cat and dog gift sets.
  • Gifts for All Animal Lovers: Spread some cheer (and compassion) by choosing a “virtual gift”—such as a toy for a neglected dog or a spay or neuter surgery—at PETAPresents.org. PETA will send your recipient a beautiful e-card thanking him or her for helping animals.

For more Hanukkah gift ideas, visit PETACatalog.com.

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 Ingrid E. Newkirk

“Almost all of us grew up eating meat, wearing leather, and going to circuses and zoos. We never considered the impact of these actions on the animals involved. For whatever reason, you are now asking the question: Why should animals have rights?” READ MORE

— Ingrid E. Newkirk, PETA President and co-author of Animalkind